BEST WESTERN Park Crest Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... drove over it. There is a park next to it that I may have stopped at if the line was not 30 minutes long to park there. Point Reyes State Park was a nice peaceful place near the ocean with a lot of families there. This was definitely not the place for partying. The hostel was a 16 bed dormitory and surrounding by rolling hills. I was hoping to get some good hiking in here, but was too tired when I arrived to go hiking and in the ...
... men to sit and people watch. I think you have figured out that shopping is not my thing. Annie had fun checking out the stores while I suffered with the other men. The 45 minutes we had there went by in about 4 hours and we re-boarded the bus and returned to Monterey.
The afternoon sun shined on our balcony when we returned to our cabin. Harbor seals came out to escort our departure, along with the Coast Guard. It was a nice day.
Decided to head to the Aquarium and see the Sea Otters. They were super cute and quite big. When we arrived they had been fed. Some of their food was hidden in dog toys which had been dropped to the bottom of their tank. They had to dive down to find it. When they came back up, they swam with it on their belly and picked out the food. We also saw jellyfish, sharks, ...
... Palisades, CA is a huge 64 acre complex overlooking the Pacific Ocean and is the former home of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty. Recently, it got a $275 million upgrade.
You enter through a pavilion that leads into four Roman gardens with roses, ivy, fruit trees, shrubs, swimming pools, fish ponds, fountains and numerous sculptures. There is an herb garden, a 450 seat outdoor theater, a 250 seat indoor auditorium, a temple, ...
... the adjuster for the car came at 8:00am! He stayed for only about 1/2 hour and then was on his way. At 10:00, Fred, Josh and I went to Lilly's classroom to be volunteers to help out Lilly's teacher, Miss Gillouly. It was fun to see all the little first graders. Lilly introduced us to everyone and told them Carol had just had a birthday and she was 70! We helped the kids correct some math problems that they had ...